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H1B Cap Filing- It’s Not Too Early to Start the Green Card Process.

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This week, Murthy Law Firm attorneys will answer questions regarding starting the green card process while in H1B cap season.

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My spouse's company is just starting her GC process. They sponsored her H1B in 2016 and it was filed under the Master's Cap(She was on her F1 OPT previously). She has been working there for just over 2.5 years. My question is:

Is the topic of this post, "H1B Cap Filings - It's Not Too Early to Start the Green Card Process", effect anything at all in her case?

 

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On 3/15/2018 at 5:11 PM, shahjr said:

can eb1 category gc be started on individual  basis without ny employer related papers

 

EB1A, yes, however EB1 B & C require employer sponsorship. 

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On 3/15/2018 at 10:01 PM, itissid said:

My spouse's company is just starting her GC process. They sponsored her H1B in 2016 and it was filed under the Master's Cap(She was on her F1 OPT previously). She has been working there for just over 2.5 years. My question is:

Is the topic of this post, "H1B Cap Filings - It's Not Too Early to Start the Green Card Process", effect anything at all in her case?

 

If your question is, "Can my spouse start the green card process at this time?" Generally, the answer is yes. To discuss this in more detail, feel free to schedule a consult with one of our attorneys. 

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